Sociometry has at its core a vision of cohesive groups, interpersonal mutuality and a stable society.
Sociometry guides us to explore the psycho-social networks and deeper or hidden structures that affect the groups in which we live and work. The feeling nature of the informal, personal and often invisible systems is an exciting yet threatening field of exploration but the integration of the formal and informal fields can be exceptionally important to the success of a stable, cohesive and productive group.
In this workshop, we will explore the sociometric factors that are at play in our groups both in the immediate here-and-now group, as well as other significant groups both past and current. We will be seeking to develop our ability to be the initiators of greater mutuality in relationships and leaders of cohesive groups.
Dates and Times
24th – 26th July. 6.30 – 9:00 PM Friday 10:00 – 5:00 PM Saturday, 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM Sunday
Phillipstown Hub, Nursery Road, Phillipstown, Christchurch
Total training hours: 15.5 hours
Chris Hosking is an action methods practitioner and trainer with considerable breadth of experience. She has been training people in sociometry for many years in Australia, New Zealand, Vietnam, Greece and Japan. Her training orientation is based upon an experiential learning model and a systems approach. She is a qualified Psychodramatist and Trainer, Educator and Practitioner with the Australian and New Zealand Psychodrama Association.